The Peumo Vineyard is located 600 feet above sea level and extends over the terraces and hills of the Coastal Range along the Cachapoal River. The vines come from pre-phylloxera vine stock and are trellised to vertical shoot position. The soils are deep and have a top layer of clay that retains moisture, which helps control plant vigor and growth, and more importantly, allows the vines to remain active until late May, when Carmenere is harvested. The grapes were destemmed and gently dropped
into closed tanks for fermentation over the course of 8 days with traditional pumpovers. After fermentation the wine aged 16 months in French oak barrels. 90 plus scores all around, James Suckling gave this 92 saying "Aromas of walnuts, dried fruit and blackberry follow through to a full body, spicy and juicy fruit and a rose petal and dark fruit aftertaste. Drink now."